SSL is supported on all active Public Pages but not on trial pages.
Custom domains are not supported on trial pages - if a trial page has a custom domain configured, the custom domain will redirect to the statuspage.io domain until the page is activated. Private pages do not support custom domains at all.
Audience-specific pages can set a custom domain as long as the page is not using single sign-on.
Before launching your status page to end users, it's a good idea to hook up a custom domain such as status.newrelic.com instead of using your Statuspage.io subdomain, such as newrelic.statuspage.io.
If possible, we actually recommend that our customers get a dedicated URL for their status page (e.g. www.companynamestatus.com). The reason for this is that if your DNS provider is down, your status page will be down too.

You'll need to set a custom domain in order to publish custom HTML or CSS changes to your page. 

Set a custom domain

  1. Navigate to Your page > Customize page and emails
  2. See the Custom domain field listed under the Customize status page tab.
  3. Enter your custom domain.
  4. Click Save page customizations.

You'll receive instructions about how to update your DNS to get this to work once a custom domain is set.

If you have not yet activated your status page but have set up a custom domain, you will be redirected to your unique subdomain until your page launches.

Enabling SSL

There's no need to provide your own SSL certificate. We dedicate a slot for you under our shared SAN certificate. To enable SSL, go to the Customize section > Customize Page.

If you need to disable SSL for some reason, reach out to us at hi@statuspage.io.